Online Workshop @Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research, University of Salzburg
Organizers: Jeff Frank (St. Lawrence University) and Gottfried Schweiger (University of Salzburg)
Dates: 28 and 29 September 2021, 3pm-7pm (Central European Summer Time) / 9am-1pm (Eastern Standard Time)
Participation: Please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The links will then be sent.
The times in the program are given in Central European Summer Time (UTC +2).
28 September 2021
3.15-4: Staying with Trouble: Making Sense in Crisis (Cara Furman, University of Maine)
4-4.45: Youngest Children's Talk about Fear and Concerns in Times of the Pandemic (Veronika Magyar-Haas and Mila Glavchovska, Université de Fribourg)
5-5.45: On the necessary purchase of a yearbook: An essay on children’s loss during the CoVID19 pandemic (Stephanie A Burdick-Shepherd, Lawrence University)
5.45-6.30: Resisting Narratives of Student Learning Loss and Teacher Burnout During Covid Times (Jeff Frank, St. Lawrence University)
29 September 2021
3-3.45: Philosophical Reflections on Child Poverty and Education (Judith Suissa, University College London, Lorella Terzi, University of Roehampton and Elaine Unterhalter, University College London)
3.45-4.30: Luck Egalitarianism and COVID-19: The case for compensating children for school closures (Jay Zameska, University of Tartu)
4.45-5.30: Restricted by measures against the coronavirus? Difficulties at the transition from school to work in times of a pandemic (Julian Möhring, Dennis Schäfer and Burkhard Brosig, University of Giessen)